If your ex missed his visits he is guaranteed by a court order due to some withholding or interference by you, then you can be found in contempt. But, it is possible the court will consider the matter resolved if he is provided make up visits before you ever go to court. That is not guaranteed.
I’ve recently been evicted and I have no known court date. I am 18 and have no idea what I am doing or what’s going to happen. I have a place to live but I need to know if I’ll need to pay my remaining rent due which I was evicted for not paying rent. The balance is a lot and there’s really... Read more »
If you don't pay the rent that you owe, the landlord might decide to sue you for it. Usually that claim for money is filed along with an eviction lawsuit. So you might get a notice of a future court hearing on how much you owe. Or the landlord might not bother to pursue that unpaid rent, if...Read more »
You must to talk to your lawyer about the 401k and what can be done with it. If you don't have an attorney, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local divorce attorney who can review the circumstances, advise you, and prepare a QDRO if needed.
You can check the county real estate records to get a copy of the deed. A family member will have to file her will in the probate court to be appointed executor, or if she had no will, apply to be appointed administrator of her estate, who will then have legal authority to deal with her finances,...Read more »
His name is the name on the deed the disillusionment agreement says we each get 50% at the home it was signed by the judge finalized we both continue 2 reside here it's for sale exhusband tells me I'm a squatter and I need to leave can he do this?
Whether you can stay depends on the terms of the Separation Agreement which would be attached to the Decree of Dissolution filed by the court. Review that Separation Agreement then talk to the attorney who handled your dissolution case. If you didn't have an attorney, that could be a...Read more »
Now she is trying to kick them out because they are only the step kids but my grandpa's wishes was for them to stay on the property and it be divided between the kids after she dies but she's trying to kick them out is there something he can do
Very sorry to hear about this. I suspect your grandfather did not give legal effect to his intent, so your options are limited. It's worth talking to an attorney about, but you should keep your expectations low.
I had left my friend borrow 5,000 almost 15 years ago. To ensure they would pay me back he left me with his vehicle that was valued at almost 60,000 back in 2006. He never returned and I have not been able to get ahold of him by phone or by mail. Please advise I am in the state of Ohio. I know I... Read more »
My employer told me I was going to transport an item what is believed to contain an illegal substance. What can happen to my employer? I am in Human Resources and I am in no way shape or form associated with any form of law enforcement. It is unknown if the belongings has an illegal substance... Read more »
This largely depends on your employment. If you are a crime lab technician or a law enforcement officer, then transporting illegal substances happens every day and is perfectly legal. If you are a pizza delivery person and your boss asks you to transport drugs, that is a very different story. More...Read more »
Both my parents are deceased. They did own a trailer but the landlady of the park took the trailer and any assets inside and all that is gone now. There is only a bank account left. They did not have a will and I was power of attorney for my mother before passing . Is it possible for me to be able... Read more »
There is simplified probate process for small estates. Contact the probate court in the county where your mother lived. They might help you with the necessary forms. If not, use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local probate attorney who can advise you. But that might not be cost-effective....Read more »
The co-applicant is my girlfriend. She constantly harasses and threatens me. She will scream and yell for hours if need be. She does not help with any bills or household necessities (including food). She has no problem slandering me or my family constantly. She has no respect for me or anything in... Read more »
If you are both tenants on the lease, then you are in a tough spot. If she was just listed on the application as a resident and you are the sole renter on the lease, you likely could evict here. But if you are both true tenants, it is unlikely that you would have any superior right over her to...Read more »
How an investigation proceeds is to a certain extent up to the discretion of the investigating officer. While there can certainly be arguments about partiality, if your wife witnessed the incident then she may be called upon to testify later. (Either as a defense or prosecution's witness)....Read more »
Indefinitely. You did not file your tax returns. The statute of limitations for collections does not apply when a taxpayer does not file the tax return. You need to become compliant by filing the tax returns and then set up a payment plan after they calculate penalties and interest.
My daughter was with a person that confessed to theft but now the person is threatening to say she knew about the theft when she did not if my daughter does not pay for her class. This person told my daughter that if the $200 isn't paid this person will go to jail. Therefore my daughter needs... Read more »
She can change her story. It's kind of unlikely anyone will believe it. It sounds like she's already been charged and convicted and is now on probation. I do not think the prosecutor is going to want this case back.
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